60 GHz Technology
philmt59 at aol.com
Thu Jul 5 19:04:27 CDT 2012
Water does not contain oxygen molecules.
Molecules do not absorb EM radiation on the basis of size.
As you say, molecules aren't that big.
Science of article = BS.
On 5 Jul 2012, at 21:56, Robert E. Seastrom wrote:
> Quoting the article:
> Attenuation is also aggravated by H2O absorption. Water (mainly oxygen
> molecules) in the atmosphere absorbs radio waves since the signal
> wavelength is about the size of the oxygen molecules. This absorption
> effect peaks at 60 GHz, making this a real issue for longer-range
> 60 GHz = 5mm wavelength. Them's some mighty big oxygen molecules. :-)
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